Nicole Layog’s thoughts after Big Brother’s eviction
Ancient Big brother Guest Nicole Layog ended her stint on the show following her expulsion on Thursday, August 4. The expulsion came as a shock to the reality TV star, who until then had been convinced she had the support of other guests to keep her on the show.
To her surprise, the majority of the guests, championed by The Leftovers alliance, rejected her. The eviction followed her scandalous episode with Taylor Hale, which led to the blowout between the 27-year-old and Daniel Durston. Before that, the chef spent her time on the show chatting with Taylor, ultimately subjecting her to isolation and intimidation.
Nicole Layog addresses Taylor’s isolation
Talk to We Weekly in an interview following her Big Brother 24 outing, Nicole Layog revealed that she supported the Remainers despite their role in her expulsion. According to her, knowing the motivation behind the alliance made her realize how important their message was compared to other groups in the house. She shared:
“You know, bullying is a huge thing. And the isolation and people feeling like they’re not accepted in a group setting like Big brother is quite huge.
The former guest then addressed the lessons she learned in the house, which she considered very humbling. On her experience with Taylor, the star noted that she hoped to talk openly about it with the roommate and grow from there.
Nicole doesn’t remember the abuse she inflicted on Taylor
The Big Brother 24 alum also reflected on the harsh and mostly defamatory terms she threw at Taylor Hale while she was in the house. Nicole Layog claimed she had already raised these issues with Taylor and apologized to her. Despite her confession, Nicole maintains that she had a vague memory of the specific cases and would need to see them again. She disclosed:
“As far as the details of what I said, I have to go back and I want to see all of those things again, because I want to see and I want to hear and really be able to reflect on the things that I said. ”
Going further, the reality star insisted she could only address the details of her treatment of Taylor after re-enacting those moments. Nonetheless, she admitted that she “messed up” by saying inappropriate things to her co-guest.
Since the show debuted on July 6, the former cop has made no secret of her dislike of Taylor. Just like Nicole Layog, others Big brother the housemates subjected the model to bullying, making her feel isolated. However, the tables turned last week when some guests decided to form an alliance called The Leftovers, aiming to blindside prominent members of the house. With the drama surrounding Nicole’s unexpected eviction, it looks like Taylor finally got his big revenge.